The Work Of Prince Harry's Charity Sentebale : News Photo

The Work Of Prince Harry's Charity Sentebale

MORIJA, LESOTHO - FEBRUARY 23: Children pose during a Sentebale visit on February 23, 2013 in Morija, Lesotho. Sentebale is a charity founded by Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso of Lesotho. It helps the most vulnerable children in Lesotho get the support they need to lead healthy and productive lives. Sentebale works with local grassroots organisations to help these children, the victims of extreme poverty and Lesotho’s HIV/AIDS epidemic. Cathy Ferrier was appointed as Sentebale’s Chief Executive in March 2012 and is spearheading a fundraising initiative to build the Mamohato Centre which will provide psychosocial support for children and young people infected with HIV. Prince Harry is due to pay a visit to Lesotho this week to catch up on his charity’s progress and meet key children who will be supported by the charity. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)
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MORIJA, LESOTHO - FEBRUARY 23: Children pose during a Sentebale visit on February 23, 2013 in Morija, Lesotho. Sentebale is a charity founded by Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso of Lesotho. It helps the most vulnerable children in Lesotho get the support they need to lead healthy and productive lives. Sentebale works with local grassroots organisations to help these children, the victims of extreme poverty and Lesotho’s HIV/AIDS epidemic. Cathy Ferrier was appointed as Sentebale’s Chief Executive in March 2012 and is spearheading a fundraising initiative to build the Mamohato Centre which will provide psychosocial support for children and young people infected with HIV. Prince Harry is due to pay a visit to Lesotho this week to catch up on his charity’s progress and meet key children who will be supported by the charity. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)
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